HHP 4980 Professional Engagement/Capstone Seminar in HHP

HHP 4980 Professional Engagement/Capstone Seminar in HHP (2 hours)

Beginning Spring 2018:
A course designed to prepare students entering the professional environment in the field of health and human performance.  This will be an opportunity for students to examine previous coursework and discuss its practical application to their chosen career.  Topics to be covered are: the importance of goal and objective setting, networking, cover letter and resume writing including references, personal statement writing, applications for graduate school and/or job applications, and interviewing.Cross listed with AT 4980.
Prerequisite(s): Junior or senior standing and a departmental major, or permission of the instructor.
(Normally offered each semester.)

Prior to Spring 2018:
A course designed as a capstone experience for students interested in the field of health and human performance. This will be an opportunity for students to examine previous coursework and discuss its practical application to their chosen career. Topics to be covered are: philosophy, cover letter and resume writing, personal statement writing, applications for graduate school and/or job applications, and interviewing. Students will also assess their undergraduate educational experience including general education major and minor. Cross listed with AT 4980.
Prerequisite(s): Junior or senior standing and a departmental major, or permission of the instructor.
(Normally offered each semester.)

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